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COWRA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898
Ernest James, who was accidentally shot dead at Peel, near Bathurst, iaBt week, was at one time a resident of Gowra. The Poor Helief Society has decided to hold a bread and butter dance in the Centennial Hall on May 24th in aid of the funds of the Bociety, The local bakers have decided to raise the price of bread to 3^-d per loaf after May 16th, on account of the advanced price of flour. At noon on Friday a messenger rode into Gowra from Mr, Sloan's North Logan Station for Dr, Bartlett to go out and attend Mr. George Gillett, senior, who had met with, a serious accident. However, before the medical gentleman had started for the scene of the accident, a second messenger arrived and stated that Gillett had died, and hence his attendance would bo of no avail. From what we learn the unfortunate man was in the act of roping a load of straw while standing on the wheel of a waggon, and the rope breaking while deceased was straining on it, he fell with considerable force to the ground, and,...
Auctioneer's Report. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898
Messrs. W. K. Garntey and Co., Forbes, report as follows :— Stations.—Owing to the prolonged drought buyers ave veiy cautious about speculating ; ^consequently very few sales are taking place. (lur sales up to the 30th Api^l are : for Frost Bros., their YVamboyne Estate, near Marsden, containing 1280 aares c.p. j and 3679^ acres c.l., together with all im- j provements, at a satisfactory cash price, Mr. H. P. Buttenshaw, of Oak Vale, pur cbafar. For Wru. Crampton, his selection at Nanima, 4C") acres c,p* and 1200 acres | c.l., together with all improvements there on, at a satisfactory price (cash), Messrs. Wenz and Dobron purchasers. Town Property.—We sold for Mrs. Han- i nah Maher, Allotment 12, scction 55, town ' of Forbes, 1 rood 27J perches Freehold Land, with 4 roomed house, Mr. James Murphy purchaser. Country.—We leased for^A. Stokes, Lis J Goolerong property, near Forbes, containing 4620 acres, to Mr. James Owens, for a term | of years. For H» C. Suctor, Tomanbil , Estate, ne...
Parkes Land Board [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898
The following additional cases will be heard at Parkes oil— Monday, May 30th 1898. Application to enclose a road. C.L. 11089, Charles Nicholls. Application for settlement leases and appraisement of improvements. S.L. 93-5, A. W. Hutton. Tuesday, 31st May 1898. Applications tor homestead selections, H.S. 98-10, Donald Plowman 11, Patrick Nicholson. 12, Henry Osborne Hooper, 12, Frederick P, Beuzeville, 13, Tftomae W. Perke Wednesday, June 1st, 1898 Applications for homestead selections and appraisement of improve ments U.S. 98-15, Michael Byrne, 16, George S. Troth. 17, William Grave 18, Hardrie Huckely Thursday, June 2nd 1898 Applications for homestead selec tions and appraisement of improvements H.S. 98-19, James J. Iieydona 20, George Amor. 21, Henry Amor 2^, Thomas Quade 26, William Schnabel 27, J utm Carpenter 28, V'harleS W Hall Saturday, June 4th, 1898 Applications ior homestead selec tions and appraisement of improvements. H.S. 98 23, Henry J. Bairett 24, William Troth 25, Jo...
HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898
The following areas in the Parkes and ForbcB Land Districts have been set apart as homestead selections:— Portion 35, 930a, capital value £1162 10a, annual rent £14: 10s 8d, survey fee £9 9a 6d? value of im provements £64 7s j withm Brogan Plains, available on and after 30th June, Parkea district. Portion 10, 1028a, capital value £1156 10s, annual rent &lt;£14 9s 2d, survey fee £9 18a 9d, value of im provements £18 68within Goobang holding, available on and after 28th July, Parkes district. Portions 71, 72 and 82, 962a, capital value £1122 6a Sd, annual rent £14 0s 8d, survey fee i29 13s 3d, value of improvements £50 15s; within Upper Baroobalgie holding, available on and after 16th June, Forbes district.
Latest Intelligence. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898
| o I LONDON, Wednesday. Eighteen of the crew of an Ameri can boat were killed by an explosion whilst picking up torpedoes at Car denas. The " Times" states the impression prevails in America that the proposed French naval display in the West In dies is to enforce European interven tion on behalf of Spain. A Great Ladies' League has been formed in America. The mem bers have agreed not to purchase any goods imported from France. Mr Gladstone is in a comatose con dition, All his servants bade him farewell.
Trundle Races. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898
A race meeting under the auspices of She Trundle Jockey Club, was held on Tueaday last. The attendant con ditions were hardly favorable, for in addition to the drawback of a drizzling rain falling the majority of farmers resident in the vicinity were taking advantage of the desirable break in the weattier and were pushing plough ing operations on as speedily" as pos sible. Consequently the attendance was hardly.up to the mark. Parkes was particularly w.ell represented. The racing was held in Mr. Croft's pad dock, owing to the new racecourse not being quite in apple-pie order. On the whole the racing was good, and it was unfortunate that an awkward contre temps should have occurred in connec tion with the first race, which had the effect of lopping off the meeting a bulky slice of its most pleasant Features. In this race Tridentson, Victorine, Rcdlight, Arthur Orion, and JLrilby faced the starter and were duly sent on their journey. After an exciting contest Arthur Orton and Victorin...
Our Sydney Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898
(prom our own correspondent.) The sad tales of She sea, ao a result of the recent gale, are nor/ closed, Altogether about 30 lives were lost, three or four ships, and some thou sands of pounds worth of cargo. The next act of the drama of life and death will be the enquiry by the Marine Board, who it will be remembered, is a body of whom a certain section in Parliament have but a poor opinion. Ever since there was a Labor Party they have been striving to obtam an , Amendment Act providing for repre sentation thereon of the sailors them selves. When Mr. Keid came mtn power one of the first Bills that the Upper House threw out endeavored to make this alteration. Since then things have settled down, just as many a coal-laden ship has done, without anyone ever hearing anything more about it. However, be that as it may, the Board are a body of experts, and in that respect they are thoroughly competent to inquire into the facta of the present case. Perhaps it is not advisable to get ahead ...
Small Debts Court. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898
Small Debts Court. At the local Small Debts Oourt on Wednesday the following cases were heard:—John Lauian v. P. Karria, claim £>1 10s, work done; verdict for amount.—Mazoudier and" Co. v. P. Gafflney, claim £9 16s Id, goods sold; verdict for amount.—.Mrs. Bothwell v. James Price, claim £8 7s, rent and rates , verdict for amount,
Forbes Items. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898
Forbes Stems. An advice from Forbes under Tuesday's date reads Great pre parations are being made for the Forbes Show, which is to be held here next week. Entries are coming in freely, and it is anticipated the gather* ing will be a great success.—Nice rain set in to-day. Several good showers have already fallen, and it looks ' like a continuance.—A large aud in*, fluential meeting of the prinoipal residents of Forbes was . held at Vandenberg's Hotel last night for tlie purpose of forming a branch, of the Federal Association here. The Mayor occupied the chair. A large number of names were handed in, and the league was duly formed and subscriptions han ded in. The Mayor was elected presi dent, Mr 0 P Sowter secretary, and Mr W B Weaver treasurer, Mr Reymond, M.L.A., was also present, and spoke strongly in favor of Federation, Meetings will bo held twice a week, and all the members are working hard to Becnro a majority in favour of the Bill. Several gentleman also under took to addres...
Condobolin Chips. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898
Condobolin Chips, Our correspondent writes :--The Baihvay Commissioners paid a visit to the terminus on Thursday. The visit was evidently of a semi-private character. Some few weeks ago when a com mittee representing the townspeople waited on the traffic manager and others at Sydney, it was promised that the Councillors of the municipality would be advised of the visit of the department, in.respect to hearing the people's claim for a daily train service, and they were consequently indignant when the train arrived the other day unannounced. There was consequently no one to meet the railway officers and the question of a daily mail service has again been shelved.—The weather is very dry and cloudy with strong indications of rain* Another fall of a couple of inches would do a vast amount of good.
Mistaken Identity. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898
Mistaken Identity, Mr. J. H. Weaver, a coachbuilder at Orange, has just had a disagreeable experience. He was arrested by a constable on a charge of having issued a valueless cheque at Cumnock. For" tunatelv he was not locked up, his friends being handy with bail at the time of his arrest. He was brought up at the police court and remanded i to Gumnock, where he duly, appeared. I On the case being called the prosecutor | (a publican) at once said ,f Oh, that's j not the man," whereupon Mr. Reaver was set at liberty, the experience cost*. ! ing him £3 or £4. The three Cum nock magistrates gave Mr. Weaver a certificate of honorable discharge, mark* ing thereon St Mistaken identity."
The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898
The Weather. During the week broken weather has prevailed on and off, and at the time of writing there is every appearance of a further fall. So far, merely light showers have descended, but these will be of considerable service not only in assisting farming operations but in causing a shoot in the grass. The readings, registered at the Parkes Post Office, so far this week are :— Monday 7 points, Wednesday 18 pts„ , Thursday 6 points. In several outside localities the rainfall has been much heavier.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898
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A Jockey's End. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898
A Jockey's End. Many Parkesites will be sorry to hear of the death of the well-known jockey Edward Simmons, who sue*, curnbed to an attack of pleurisy, at Dubbo, on Sunday night. Siaimons, who was a clever horseman, rode Sam in his engagements at the recent Parkes races.
The Storyteller. The Gipsy's Daughter. CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898
Lady Clemence passed a rest less night, mourning over her weakness and deficiencies in the training of her son. Why had she &lt; not forced him early to set " I ought" before " I would." Rose, she was up early the next morning, hoping that her lover would call on her with the flush of morning. As he did not come she became angry and despairing, and when at last from a place where she watched the road, she saw the St. Maurice liveries in the sun, and a lady alone in a barouche, she fled back to the house and prepared herself for defiance. Rose was one of those people who are for ever making enemies. Their suspicions are the dragon's teeth, that b^.r on every hand a crop of armed foes. To meet her lover Rose had put on one of those simple gowns of sprinkled pink, which Victor had praised. But when she realised that she was to meet, not Sir Victor, but Lady Clemence, she rushed up to her room telling her self ' she would show her that she knew how things ought to be as well as ...
CHAPTER IX. MATERNAL ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898
CHAPTER IX. MATERNAL ADVICE. If Lady Clemence had really believed that Rose meant what she said, that she ' would have no more to do with Sir Victor,' she would have been vastly re lieved. But she felt sure that Rose did nob mean it, and would not abide by it, and she also felt sure that in this first flush of his passion Victor would not accept this cry of anger as final. She rode home in even greater dismay than she had gone forth. After she had taken a luncheon in her room Sir Yictor came to her. 'Well mother! Did you see her ? Is she not beautiful ?' ' Yes my son? very beautiful— and very untrained.' ' Oh, that is nothing ; ^ we can easily train her; it will be a pleasure.' ' I saw plainly that she lacked taste and neatness ; her sitting room was in sad disorder.' 4 But mother, what possible difference does that make? What do we keep servants for if not lo attend to little matters of order ? You do not put by your own thing—you leave it to your maid.' ' Yes, dear Yictor. But if ...
Half-Holiday Movement. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898
Half-Holiday Movement, A meeting of employers was held oxi Friday afternoon for the puvpos8 of talking over matters m connection witn the proposed weekly half-holiday. Some, as an alternative, favored a monthly holiday. It was decided that Messrs Howard and Job act as delegates to represent the employers in securing a definite opinion, from the business-men in town.